Worm towers are a super simple way to turn your food scraps into fabulous plant and soil food - in situ in your vegetable garden - no double handling.
It's a great urban garden strategy - easily tucked into small space gardens. I love them in my no-dig gardens, but they are suitable too for raised beds and even large pots.
Take a look at this short film (7 mins) I just made in my garden to explain the concept and show you how to make one.
Also take a look at a previous post I have written on this topic:
Take a look at my other short films:
In my award-winning garden, Crystal Waters Permaculture Village. I'll be teaching a Permaculture Design Course here from August 29 - Sept 9
Film #2: Our Permaculture Life: Community Permaculture Garden (9 mins 30 secs)
At the Yandina Community Gardens - I'll be teaching a Permaculture course there each Friday from 23 September.
In my award-winning garden, Crystal Waters Permaculture Village
My presentation at the Queensland Garden Expo in July 2016 about the incredible edible plants I love to have in my garden and why.
Labels: composting, gardening, permaculture, reducing waste, urban agriculture, worms